NASGRO® is a suite of programs used to:
NASGRO Version 7.0 was released on November 28, 2012. Version 7.01 (a bug fix for v7.0) was released on January 6, 2014.
NASGRO is licensable for a fee. Over 490 single-seat licenses to NASGRO have been obtained by a wide range of users from different industries.
NASGRO was originally developed at the NASA Johnson Space Center to perform fracture control analysis on NASA space systems. A growing interest in NASGRO among a variety of industrial users motivated NASA to develop a new partnership with industry. NASA and Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®) have signed a Space Act Agreement under which SwRI formed and manages a consortium to provide guidance and support for future NASGRO development and user services. The NASGRO Consortium is now in its fifth three-year cycle (2013-2016).
Last Updated: 01/22/2014
Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®), headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is a multidisciplinary, independent, nonprofit, applied engineering and
physical sciences research and development organization with
11 technical divisions.